: Jewish Mysticism in America, Occasional Forum, Sponsored by New Religious Movements in America, June 7, 1978Description
: Jewish Mysticism in America with Dr. Arthur Green, Dr. Charles Rosen, and Rabbi Zalman Schachter, an Occasional Forum sponsored by the Graduate Theological Union Program for the Study of New Religious Movements in America, Berkeley, CA, on June 7, 1978. In the introduction by Jacob Needleman, program director, he says, "We have here I think a unique collection of people, thinkers, scholars, pioneers, the cutting edge of a part of American spiritual life which most people here would like to know more about and we couldn't have a better panel in the universe, in the galaxy, than the present one, I think, for this subject." The first tape includes 10 minutes of another Occasional forum but with His Holiness Sakya Trizin, the 41st leader of the Sakya Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. Held on April 10, 1978, his topic was "the Relationship between Tibetan Buddhist Mysticism and the Christian Tradition."Tape Label
: Reel 1: Lama Sakya Trizan 10 Apr 1978, 10 minutes, 000-275. Rosen, et al, 0275-end. Reel 2: Jewish Mysticism with Dr. Arthur Green, Dr. Charles Rosen, and Dr. Rabbi Zalman Schachter. 000-610Source
: 2 Tapes of 2: 1/2 inch videotape: reel-to-reelCollection
: Inventory of the Centers and Programs, Center for the Study of New Religious Movements Collections, 1977-1983Call Number
: BM 723.J49Rights
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